Thank you Mr. R.D Ashby for the kind attention and learned observation.
Indeed, a delightful read. However, there is a whole tradition of not merely love poetry, but the exaltation of love as an ideal in poetry. The Beatles spelt it out in several of their songs, and they had a world-wide audience - this didn't end all war or crime. Why? It's because in the songs and the poems, one falls in love with the ideal of love, and mistakes this as the ease of loving: 'All you need is love.. ' (that's all). On the contrary, the exercise of love is a poetically flat experience, involving personal sacrifice, which explains its rarity in comparison to its popularity as an ideal.
Thank you Hema for the kind attention and aesthetic and inspiring observation.